By Stephen Asante, GNAKumasi, Sept. 16, GNA - Tunisia’s Etoile Sportive du Sahel has sounded a note of caution to Asante Kotoko S/C as the two sides clash in a crucial second leg tie of the Total CAF Champions’ League in a forth night time.
By Abdulai Haruna/Priscilla Oye Ofori, GNAAccra, Sept. 16, GNA – The campaign by the security agencies to stop miscreants from having their way - make things uncomfortable for them, has intensified as they make yet another intelligence-led raid in criminal hideouts at Madin
By Samira Larbie, GNAAccra, Sept. 16, GNA - Polling station officer at the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ) exhibition centre has said there is low turnout of voters in the ongoing registration exhibition exercise being carried out by the Electoral Commission across the co
By Benjamin Akoto, GNAAdeiso-Bawjiase (E/R), Sept. 16, GNA - The management of HPW Fresh and Dry Limited, a fruit processing company, has installed solar panels to generate 360 kilowatts power to help the company reduce its electricity dependency on the national grid.
By Kwabia Owusu-Mensah, GNAFumesua, (Ash), Sept. 16, GNA – The National Inspectorate Board (NIB) under the Ministry of Education, has revised its inspection manual and adopted a new approach to inspection for the enhancement of quality standards in pre-tertiary schools.
By Morkporkpor Anku, GNAAccra, Sept. 16, GNA - The leadership of the Oil Palm Development Association of Ghana (OPDAG) has held its maiden Annual General Meeting with the call on small-holder farmers to improve their yields through best farm management practices.
By J. K. Nabary, GNAAwutu Bawjiase (C/R), Sept. 16, GNA - The I-SMILE Fashion and Design Center, a community help programme at Awutu Bawjiase, has held its 3rd graduation ceremony with a call on graduating trainees to make good use of the knowledge and skills acquired to earn
By Isaac Arkoh/Nana Oye Gyimah, GNACape Coast, Sept. 16, GNA – Some parents and their wards cried together at Mfantsipim school Compound in Cape Coast on Monday as they thronged the School with their baggage, mattresses and chop boxes in their attempt to secure admiss
By Morkporkpor Anku, GNAAkim Oda (E/R), Sept. 16, GNA - As part of efforts to improve education in Akim Oda, the Zongo Youth Association based in Accra, has supported the management of Umar Bun Abdul Aziz Islamic Institute to construct a boarding facility.
By Dennis Osei Gyamfi, GNAAccra, Sept. 16, GNA - SANOFI, a global healthcare company, has in partnership with the Eastern Regional Hospital (ERH) launched an innovative Diabetes and Hypertension Clinic (DHC) programme.
By Rosemary Wayo, GNATamale (N/R), Sept. 16, GNA – Savannah Signatures, a Non-Governmental Organisation operating in the Tamale Metropolis, has honored four health facilities operating in the Northern and Savannah regions for being instrumental in registering pregnant women
Accra, Sept. 16, GNA – The Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) has called on security agencies to rid their operations of the use of torture.Mr Joseph Whittal, the Commissioner of CHRAJ, in a release copied to the Ghana News Agency, said where state officials are found to have employed to
By Julius K. Satsi/Jacqueline Appiagyei, GNAAccra, Sept. 16, GNA - The Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre (KAIPTC) has commenced a maiden Women’s Leadership Development Programme (WLDP) to empower women in the security sector towards thoughtful leadership
By Godwill Arthur-Mensah, GNAAccra, Sept. 16, GNA - The Zipline Technology, the world’s first medical drone delivery service, has announced the appointment of Mr Paul David Hewson, popularly known in the showbiz industry as "Bono", to its board of directors.
By Millicent Tamakloe, GNAKoforidua, Sept 16, GNA - The National Service Secretariat (NSS) has urged all national service personnel in the public sector to take advantage of their postings to acquire the skills and knowledge of public service work.
By Afedzi Abdullah, GNACape Coast, Sept. 16, GNA - The over-exploitation of marine resources and depletion of fisheries has become a major challenge for governments worldwide, especially in West Africa, where fishing contributes significantly to the regional economy.